SSH and GPG Keys

Michael R Head burner at suppressingfire.org
Wed Jun 1 08:38:55 UTC 2005


On Wed, 2005-06-01 at 00:34 -0400, Stephen R Laniel wrote:
> Two related bits of advice:
> 
> 1) Running ssh with the '-v' (verbose) option is quite handy
> for figuring out which method of authentication is being
> used when.
> 
> 2) To generate a .ssh directory, you'll want to run the
> ssh-keygen(1) command.

and then once you've generated them, use ssh-add(1) to add them to your
ssh key agent (which is enabled by default in X on Ubuntu).

> 
> Let us know if you have any other questions.
> 
-- 
Michael R Head <burner at suppressingfire.org>
GPG: http://www.suppressingfire.org/~burner/gpg.key.txt (ID 23A02B1F)
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